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Band Honored

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The Pride of Malverne Marching Band was honored on Monday, April 8 by the Town of Hempstead. During the presentation, Deputy Supervisor Bruce Blakeman revealed a special 2018 NYS Marching Band SS1 Championship sign for the band to proudly display. Congratulations again to the band on a highly successful season and thank you to the Town for its continued support of our students.

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Math Teacher of the Year

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Congratulations to Davison Avenue teacher Norma Carbone who has been selected as the 2019 Nassau County Mathematics Teacher Association Elementary Teacher of the Year. Ms. Carbone teaches fifth-grade math and science at Davison Avenue Intermediate School, and has been with the district for more than 20 years. She will be honored at the NCMTA annual dinner on May22. Thank you, Norma, for your commitment and devotion to our district, our students and to your Davison family.

All-Conference

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Congratulations to Nia Moore and Monica Hernandez-Cordova received their All-Conference Awards from the Nassau County Girls Basketball Coaches Association last night at the Crest Hollow Country Club.

A Davison Donation

A Davison Donation photo
Earlier this year, Davison Avenue’s Special Forces held a raffle fundraiser to benefit Ronald McDonald House. This week, members of the Special Forces visited the Ronald McDonald House to present their $300 donation to the organization, as well as bake cookies, cupcakes and brownies for the 90 residents staying at the House.

All-County Musicians

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A total of 37 students from the district performed in the Nassau Music Educators Association All-County Festivals in January. These student-musicians in grades 5-12 received this honor based on their New York State School Music Association solo evaluation and teacher recommendations. The district congratulates these students on their musical achievements:   Davison Avenue:  Lorraine Akou, Nahmiah Bryant, Julien Dumornay, Emily Pierre and Shaun Rouse; Howard T. Herber Middle School: Adam Akaeze, Jahi Bradby, Ethan Brown, Jordin Murphy, Kaylee Palmer, Ashlee Rogers, Jamar Smith, Noelia Taveras and Kaiden Ulysse; Malverne High School: Oluwaseun Ajirotutu, Halle Akaeze, Isaac Augustin, Justin Berry, Camille Cunningham, Tatyana Desvarieux, Ana Giron, Eric Hartley, Jonathan Hernandez, Merines Hernandez-Rosario, Kaila Joyner, Justin King, Santino Maione, Andre McKenzie, Abighail McKinney, Kristen Muniz, Stuart Oates, Alexander Pardo, Daniel Parfait, Angelica Reyes, Christian Rodriguez, Nicole Sangeniti and Malachi Thomas.
 

Basketball Honors

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The Nassau County Basketball Coaches Association honored three of our student-athletes and their coach this week at the county dinner. Congratulations to: Ta’Shawn Hampton - All-Conference; DJayani Gaston - All-County; Michael Warren Jr. - All-County; and Darrol Lopez - Coach of the Year.

All-County Artists

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Fifteen student-artists from throughout the district were featured in the 2019 All-County Art Exhibition. At its March 12 Board of Education meeting, each of the students were recognized for their inclusion, and their artwork was featured throughout the library of Malverne High School.

The district congratulates the following All-County Artists:

All-County Art - MWD
Gabriella Valiero

All-County Art – DA
Laura Nieves
Nichole Hepburn

All-County Art – HTH
Eitan Beaulieu
Lorelai Thrasher
Makayla Caesar

All-County Art – MHS
Jadae Mayes
Halle Akaeze
Soleil Carboni
Naiya McKenzie
Ayana Delise
Nicole Carcamo
Daanish Khan
Alexandria Delligatti
Saradia Diegue
 

Science Research Success

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Eighth-graders in Shannon Kelly's science research class from Howard T. Herber Middle School recently participated in the Long Island Science and Engineering Fair's Broadcom Masters Middle School Competition. The competition was the culmination of their work, which began in the fall with students developing projects that followed the precepts of scientific and engineering design. We are proud to announce that two groups of students were honored at the event: Adam Akaeze, Nelson Crawford and Niles Wilson received Honorable Mention for their project investigating the impact of fertilizers on plant growth; and Sabrina Ramharakh, Jamila Smith and Farvens Ulysse were awarded First Place for their investigation into the relative absorbency of different paper towels. This is the first time Malverne students have received first-place recognition at LISEF. Congratulations to all of the students who competed!

Administrator of the Year

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Congratulations to Meredyth Martini, our Special Education Director, for receiving the 2019 Council of Administrators and Supervisors (CAS) Administrator of the Year Award. Mrs. Martini is a dedicated individual who is committed to making sure all students succeed. She was recognized for her devotion to the students and families of Malverne at a special ceremony on March 14.

Val & Sals

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Congratulations to Malverne High School’s valedictorian and co-salutatorians for the Class of 2019. These three students were honored at the district’s March 12 Board of Education meeting with special plaques for their tremendous achievements. The district extends its congratulations to Valedictorian Nelson Chow (center), Co-Salutatorian Anthony (Tony) Marco (left) and Co-Salutatorian Jack Cecere (right).

Athletic Winter Awards

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Our winter season had All-Conference and All-County Athletes, as well as five NYS Scholar Athlete Teams and four conference champions. We placed first in a cheerleading competition, had a coach of the year in basketball, athletes that qualified for the NYS championships, and students who attended the Nationals in track and field. Congratulations to all on a successful season.

Book Fairies Donation

Book Fairies Donation photo
Davison Avenue’s Special Forces recently completed a book drive to benefit The Book Fairies organization. The Book Fairies, is a Long Island based non-profit organization, that donates new and gently used books to schools throughout the metropolitan area that do not have the funds to foster the love of reading for their students. Thanks to the entire school community more than 1,000 books were donated.

Empire Challenge Football Game

Jovani Duran, a senior at Malverne High School, will be playing in the 24th United Healthcare Empire Challenge Football Game on Friday, June 14 at Hofstra University at 7pm. This game highlights the best High School football players on Long Island against the best players from New York City and is known as the Boomer Game. All proceeds go to the Boomer Esiason Foundation and Jovani will be selling tickets for the game. Each ticket is $15. Please contact Director of Physical Education, Health and Athletics Micheal Pelan or Jovani if you would like to purchase a ticket to the game. The Boomer Esiason Foundation is a dynamic partnership of leaders in the medical and business communities joining with a committed core of volunteers to heighten awareness, education and quality of life for those affected by cystic fibrosis, while providing financial support to research aimed at finding a cure.

Board Recognition

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At its Feb. 26 meeting, the Board of Education and administration recognized the districts five New York State Scholar Athlete Teams from the winter season. Congratulations to the: Girls Varsity Basketball, Girls Varsity Winter Track and Field, Boys Varsity Winter Track and Field, Boys Varsity Bowling and Girls Varsity Bowling teams.

Tuesday, April 23, 2019